West Michigan Tourist Association Publishes Circle Tour & Lighthouse Map

The 2010 Lake Michigan Circle Tour & Lighthouse Map is now available to travelers free of charge. Discover lighthouses as you follow the circle tour around Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin.

Grand Rapids, MI, January 31, 2010 --(PR.com)-- The 2010 map to the lighthouses located on the Lake Michigan Circle Tour is now available. This free travel map is your complete source for discovering the lighthouses that dot the Lake Michigan shoreline.

The 2010 Lake Michigan Circle Tour & Lighthouse Map was produced by the West Michigan Tourist Association and includes coverage of all four Lake Michigan shoreline states – Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin.

This easy to read glossy map will guide you around the 1100-mile Circle Tour route with icons identifying where to see a lighthouse. The map lists & identifies the location of 102 lighthouses along the Lake Michigan Circle Tour Route. The map also includes directions to visit the light tower at Whitefish Point, located in the Upper Peninsula 70 miles north of Lake Michigan. The map spotlights twenty-two lighthouses and includes a picture of the light, additional structural details and special features of each selection.

Additional icons on the map are for trip–planning and include ideas on where to stop to dine, lodge, visit a museum or shop for a souvenir. This map is a resource for those who want to travel the complete Lake Michigan Circle Tour, or for those just looking for a day trip.

“This map is an excellent keepsake for any lighthouse enthusiast”, notes Sarah Hayes, Director of Marketing for the West Michigan Tourist Association. She added “travelers and lighthouse buffs alike will want to order their Free copy of the map as soon as possible because it always goes quickly upon its release.”

Order your free copy today. The 2010 Lake Michigan Circle Tour & Lighthouse Guide is available online at wmta.org or by calling 800-442-2084.

Founded in 1917, WMTA is the oldest continually operated regional tourist association in the nation. Representing 41 counties from the Michigan-Indiana state line to Mackinac Island and covering the entire west half of the Lower Peninsula, WMTA is dedicated to proving that “We Know West Michigan”.

West Michigan Tourist Association
Sarah Hayes
616-245-2217 x 105